Sajjangarh Fort was before known as Aashwalayangad and was worked by the Bahamani Emperors in the middle of 1347-1527 AD. It was later vanquished by Adil Sha in sixteenth century AD. Around the same time the Mughals assaulted the Sha rulers and brought this fortification under their control. The post at that point went under the manage of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
Sajjangarh Fort is the last resting spot of Samarth Ramdas, he was the otherworldly Guru of Chhatrapati Shivaji. His lessons and works written in books, for example, Dasbodh are perused and taken after by numerous individuals even today in the territory of Maharashtra. This post is notable as the profound capital of Maratha King Shivaji. The stronghold is situated at a height of 914 m and has two fundamental entryways. The post has two lakes, sanctuaries of Lord Rama, Hanuman and Anglai Devi, a Math and the tomb of Swami Samarth Ramdas.